A cappella, Choral, Classical, Folk, Jazz, Musical Theater, Sacred, Traditional
I am interested in:
Composing / Arranging, Conducting, Ethnomusicology, Music History, Music Theory, Performing, Recording / Producing / Engineering
My musical instrument(s):
Viola, Violin, Voice
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
In this last century: Joe Venuti, Perlman, Ives, Shostakovitch, Copland, Heifetz, and Hilary Han
In all of history: Mahler, Ravel, George Macdonald, J.R.R. Tolkien, Edgar Allan Poe, and innumerable others. I have a wide range of interests.
More about me:
I am a classically trained singer and violinist who grew up immersed in everything from Bach to big band.
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Interesting. I would have liked to hear the Paulus faster and the Rhein slower, but I agree that you don't want it to sit too long - easy to do that when the harmonies are so rich and pleasing to sing. Looking forward to hearing more. In the meantime, I'm going to feature you on the Pro Playlist
Hi Joseph, thanks for joining our chat last night! I talked to some of my colleagues who went to Interlochen, and they said they would love to discuss it in the Orchestra group. You can use this link to start a discussion in the group. Sam and Joe will respond with their thoughts, and we hope that some of the other members who have attended Interlochen recently will also jump in with their perspectives.
Is that your choir singing? They're pretty darn good. You've got a lott of favorites of mine in your playlist. I'm curious to know how you feel about the tempo of those broader pieces, like Rheinberger and Paulus.
Hey there Joseph! Welcome to the Musical Exchange community. We are very glad to have you! You can get started here by browsing the site and checking out our Groups page. You may find a group that may interest you. Let me know if you have any questions or run into any problems! :)